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64 Although Barnette as brought by a group of Jehovah's Witnesses who objected to the Pledge of Allegiance requirement on religious grounds, the Court based its ruling on free speech. The Court noted that the state has every right to adopt a curriculum de signed to "inspire patriotism and love of country" by such traditional educational methods as teaching about the constitutional guarantees of civil liberties. "Here, how ever," wrote the Court, "we are dealing with a compulsion of students to declare a be lief....
2 Charter schools are legal entities created by the legislatures of about forty states. In some states, they are state-approved, not-for-profit, nonreligious private schools that control their own programs and receive state funding for each pupil they attract. Some states also permit existing public schools to apply to become charter schools at the ini tiation of local parents and teachers. Charter schools are released from many of the re quirements of their state and local school board, thereby freeing them to develop their own policies and programs.
Inevitably, some of what is taught in public schools will violate the personal and moral convictions of some parents. Parts of the public school curriculum will be con sistent with the beliefs of some religions and parts will contradict religious doctrine. Parents have no constitutional right to insist that their children be exempt from partici pation in educational programs that are inconsistent with their personal or religious convictions; however, no curriculum may be selected because it agrees with or op poses any religious or antireligious belief.